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Top 20 Companies in The Waste to Energy (WtE) Market 2018

Market Share Analysis by Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Processing Capacity (MTPA) of Leading Companies Including Financial Data & Analysis of Existing Waste to Energy Facilities & Upcoming Projects

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The leading players comprise a diverse range of companies, including international utilities, national agencies and devolved bodies, and smaller engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) companies. Most of the operators have established dominant positions in mature markets, but those that have expanded into developing markets have the most potential for capacity growth.

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The report will answer questions such as:
• Who are the leading companies in the WtE industry?
– What is their strategy?
– What is their existing processing capacity and where is it based?
– What are their core strengths and weaknesses?
– Do they have expansion plans, and if so where are they likely to go?
• What is driving and restraining the involvement of each leading company within the market?
• What is the MSW-processing capacity and share of the market for each leading company in 2017 in tonnes per annum?
• What is the total size of the WtE market in 2017? How much will it grow and why?
• What political, economic, environmental and technological factors affect the WtE market?

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• You will learn how to exploit new technological trends
• You will be able to realise your company’s full potential within the market
• You will better understand the competitive landscape and identify potential new business opportunities and partnerships

Four reasons why you must order and read this report today:

1) The study reveals where and how leading companies are investing in WtE plants. We show you the prospects for companies operating in:
• North America
• Middle East
• Asia
• Europe

2) The report provides a detailed individual profile for each of the 20 leading companies in waste to energy market in 2017, providing data for MSW-processing capacity, details of existing and upcoming WtE projects:
• Veolia
• China Everbright
• Covanta
• EDF
• Suez Environnement
• Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
• Ramboll Group
• Grandblue Environment Co. Ltd
• Wheelabrator
• EQT AB
• Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V.
• Attero
• Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC)
• Clean Association of Tokyo 23
• Viridor
• China Metallurgical Group
• Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection
• Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
• AVR
• GCL Poly

3) The analysis is also underpinned by our exclusive interview with an expert from one of the leading companies analysed in this report

4) It also provides a PEST analysis of the key factors affecting the overall WtE market:
• Political
• Economic
• Social
• Technical

Top 20 Companies in The Waste to Energy (WtE) Market 2018

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This independent, 145-page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competitors. With 100 tables and figures examining the WtE market space, the report gives you an immediate, one-stop breakdown of the leading WtE companies plus analysis and future outlooks, keeping your knowledge one step ahead of your rivals.

Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the WtE value chain
• CEOs
• COOs
• CIOs
• Business development managers
• Marketing managers
• Technologists
• Suppliers
• Investors
• Banks
• Government agencies
• Contractors

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1. Report Overview
1.1 Waste-to-Energy Market Overview
1.2 Market Structure Overview and Market Definition
1.3 Why You Should Read This Report
1.4 How This Report Delivers
1.5 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.6 Who is This Report For?
1.7 Methodology
1.7.1 Primary Research
1.7.2 Secondary Research
1.8 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.9 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.10 About Visiongain

2. Introduction to The Waste-to-Energy Market
2.1 Waste-to-Energy Technologies
2.2 The Characteristics and Evolution of MSW Management
2.3 Market Definition

3. Leading Companies in Waste-to-Energy Market
3.1 The Leading 20 Companies in the WtE Market 2017 – Market Share Analysis
3.2 Veolia Environmental Services
3.2.1 Veolia Environmental Services Business Overview
3.2.2 Veolia Environmental Services Recent Developments
3.2.3 Veolia Environmental Services Business Strategy
3.3 China Everbright International Limited
3.3.1 China Everbright International Limited Company Analysis
3.3.2 China Everbright International Limited Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.4 Covanta Energy Corporation
3.4.1 Covanta Energy Corporation Company Analysis
3.4.2 Covanta Energy Corporation Recent Developments
3.4.3 Covanta Energy Corporation Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.5 EDF
3.5.1 EDF Business Overview
3.5.2 EDF Business Strategy
3.6 Suez Environnement (SITA)
3.6.1 Suez Environnement (SITA) Business Overview
3.6.2 Suez Environnement (SITA) Recent Developments
3.6.3 Suez Environnement (SITA) Company Outlook
3.7 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
3.7.1 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Company Analysis
3.7.2 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.8 Ramboll Group A/S
3.8.1 Ramboll Group A/S Business Overview
3.8.2 Ramboll Group A/S Recent Developments
3.8.3 Ramboll Group A/S Business Strategy
3.9 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd.
3.9.1 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. Business Overview
3.9.2 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. Business Strategy
3.10 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.
3.10.1 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Business Overview
3.10.2 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Recent Developments
3.10.3 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Business Strategy
3.11 EQT AB
3.11.1 EQT AB Business Overview
3.11.2 EQT AB Recent Developments
3.12 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V.
3.12.1 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Company Analysis
3.12.2 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Recent Development
3.12.3 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.13 Attero
3.13.1 Attero Business Overview
3.13.2 Attero Business Strategy
3.14 Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC)
3.14.1 Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC) Company Analysis
3.14.2 Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC) Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.15 Clean Association of Tokyo 23
3.15.1 Clean Association of Tokyo 23 Business Overview
3.15.2 Clean Association of Tokyo 23 Business Strategy
3.16 Viridor
3.16.1 Viridor Company Analysis
3.16.2 Viridor Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.17 China Metallurgical Group (MCC)
3.17.1 China Metallurgical Group (MCC) Business Overview
3.17.2 China Metallurgical Group (MCC) Business Strategy
3.18 Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection
3.18.1 Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection Business Overview
3.18.2 Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection Business Strategy
3.19 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
3.19.1 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S Company Analysis
3.19.2 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S Future Outlook & Business Strategy
3.20 AVR
3.20.1 AVR Business Overview
3.20.2 AVR Business Strategy
3.21 GCL-Poly
3.21.1 GCL-Poly Business Overview
3.21.2 GCL-Poly Business Strategy

4. PEST Analysis
4.1 Political Impact
4.2 Economic Impact
4.3 Social Impact
4.4 Technological Impact

5. Expert Opinion - Veolia
5.1 Wastewater Treatment to Energy Market
5.1.1 Primary Correspondents
5.1.2 Wastewater treatment-to-energy Market Outlook
5.1.3 Driver & Restraints
5.1.4 Dominant Region/nation in the Wastewater treatment-to-energy Market
5.1.5 Overall Growth Rate, Globally

6. Conclusions & Recommendations
6.1 Recommendations

7. Glossary

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List of Tables
Table 2.1 Income Streams Available for the Waste-to-Energy Market
Table 2.2 Sources of Municipal Solid Waste
Table 3.1: The Leading 20 Companies in WtE Market- Waste Processing Capacity (Million Tons Per Annum), Market Share (%), 2017
Table 3.2 Veolia Environmental Services Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Company Revenue $ bn, Change in Revenue, WtE Revenue $bn, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Electricity Generated from WtE facilities (GWh), Number of WtE Facilities, Strongest WtE Business Region, Geography, Key Markets, Listed On, Products/ Services)
Table 3.3 Veolia Environmental Services Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.4 Veolia Environmental Services WtE Operations (Plant, Country, Start, MSW Capacity (tpa))
Table 3.5 China Everbright International Limited Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Company Revenue $mn, Change in Revenue, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Number of WtE Facilities, Electricity Generated from WtE Facilities (billion kWh), Environmental Energy Projects Revenue $mn, Geography, Strongest Business Region/ Nation, Key Markets, Listed on, Products/ Services)
Table 3.6 China Everbright International Limited Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.7 China Everbright Waste-to-Energy Projects (Project Name, TPA Capacity, Completion Year, Status)
Table 3.8 Covanta Energy Corporation Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Company Revenue $ bn, Change in Revenue 2016 (%), Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), No. of EfW Facilities, Waste and Service Revenue $mn, Energy Revenue $mn, Geography, Strongest Business Region/ Country, Key Markets, Listed On, Products/Services)
Table 3.9 Covanta Energy Corporation Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.10 Covanta Energy Corporation Projects Details (Location, Waste Processing, Gross electric (MW), Nature of Interest, Contract Expiry Dates)
Table 3.11 EDF Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarter, Total Company Sales $ bn, Change in Revenue, Geography, Key Market, Company Sales from Wte Market, Listed on, Products/Services Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, Submarket Involvement, No. of Employees)
Table 3.12 EDF Total Company Revenue 2014-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.13 EDF WtE Operations: Name, Country, Start, MSW
Table 3.14 Suez Environnement (SITA) 2016 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Company Sales $bn, Change in Revenue, WtE Revenue $bn, Waste processing Capacity (MTPA), Electricity Generated from WtE Facilities (GWh), Geography, Key Market, Company Sales from wte Market, Listed on, Products/Services Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, Submarket Involvement)
Table 3.15 Suez Environnement (SITA) Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.16 Suez Environnement (SITA) Suez Environnement Waste-to-Energy Projects (Project, Country, TPA Capacity, Completion Year)
Table 3.17 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $Bn 2016, Change in Revenue, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Strongest Business Region/ Nation, Geography, Key Markets, Products/Services)
Table 3.18 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Total Company Revenue 2013-2016 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.19 Hitachi Zosen Inova Waste-to-Energy Projects (Project, Country, TPA Capacity, Completion Year)
Table 3.20 Ramboll Group A/S Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Company Revenue $ bn, Change in Revenue 2016 (%),Revenue from Energy Segment, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Geography, Key Markets, Products/Services, Strongest Business Regions)
Table 3.21 Ramboll Group A/S Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.22 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Electricity Generated from WtE Facilities (Million MWh), Number of WtE Facilities, Total Company Revenue $ mn, Change in Revenue, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.23 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($mn, AGR (%))
Table 3.24 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. WtE Operations (Name, Start, MSW Capacity (tpa))
Table 3.25 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $ bn, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Electricity Generated from WtE Facilities (TWh), Number of WtE Facilities, Strongest WtE Business Region, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.26 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. WtE Operations: Name, MSW Capacity (tpa)
Table 3.27 EQT AB Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $ bn, Change in Revenue, Geography, Key Market, Company Sales from Wte Market, Listed on, Products/Services Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, Submarket Involvement, No. of Employees)
Table 3.28 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $mn, Change in Revenue, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), 2017, Geography, Key Markets, Products/Services)
Table 3.29 Keppel Corporation Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.30 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Waste-to-Energy Projects (Project Name, Country, TPA Capacity, Completion Year)
Table 3.31 Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. Company Divisions & Capabilities
Table 3.32 Attero Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Number of WtE Facilities, Strongest WtE Region/ Nation, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.33 Attero WtE Operations: Name, Start, MSW
Table 3.34 Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC) Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Geography, Total Company Revenue $mn, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Special Grants for Energy Saving and Environmental Protection 2017 $mn, Key Markets, Products/Services)
Table 3.35 Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC) SWOT Analysis
Table 3.36 CISC WtE Operations (Plant, Start, MSW Capacity (tpa))
Table 3.37 Clean Association of Tokyo 23 Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Total Waste Treatment Volume (tpd), Total Power Output (MWh/yr), Strongest Business Region/ Nation, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.38 Clean Association of Tokyo 23 WtE Operations (Name, Start, MSW Capacity (tpa))
Table 3.39 Viridor Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $bn, Number of WtE Facilities, Total Renewable Energy Generation (GWh), No. of Employees, Geography, Strongest Business Region, Key Markets, Products/ Services)
Table 3.40 Viridor Overview Project (Project, Country, Capacity (tpa), CAPEX $m, Completion Year)
Table 3.41 China Metallurgical Group (MCC) Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $ bn, Change in Revenue, Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Number of WtE Facilities, Strongest WtE Business Region/ Nation, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.42 China Metallurgical Group (MCC), Total Company Revenue 2012-2017 ($mn, AGR %)
Table 3.43 China Metallurgical Group (MCC) Operations (Name, Start, MSW)
Table 3.44 Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarter, Total Company Sales $mn, Change in Revenue, Waste Processing Capacity, Geography, Key Market, Company Sales from Waste-to-Energy Market, Listed on, Products/Services, Strongest Business Region/Nation, No. of Employees)
Table 3.45 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, Total Company Revenue $mn, Change in Revenue, No. of Employees, Geography, Key Markets, Products/Services)
Table 3.46 Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.47 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund Waste-to-Energy Projects (Project, Country, TPA Capacity, Completion Year)
Table 3.48 Babcock & Wilcox Vølund Company Divisions & Capabilities
Table 3.49 AVR Profile 2017 (Market Entry, Public/Private, Headquarters, No. of Employees, Total Waste Processing Capacity (MTPA), Number of WtE Facilities, Strongest WtE Business Region/ Nation, Geography, Key Markets)
Table 3.50 AVR WtE Operations: Name, Start, MSW
Table 3.51 GCL-Poly Profile 2017 (Inception, Public/Private, Headquarter, Total Company Sales $ bn, Change in Revenue, Geography, Key Market, Company Sales from Wte Market, Listed on, Products/Services Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, Submarket Involvement, No. of Employees)
Table 3.52 GCL-Poly WtE Operations: Name, Start, MSW
Table 4.1 PEST Analysis, Waste-to-Energy Market

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Inputs, Technological Processes and Outputs for the Waste-to-Energy Market
Figure 2.2 Factors Impacting MSW Management
Figure 2.3 Breakdown of Typical US MSW Content (%)
Figure 3.1 The Leading 20 Companies in WtE Market Share by Capacity 2017 (%)
Figure 3.2 Veolia Environmental Services Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.3 Veolia Environmental Services Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.4 China Everbright International Limited Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, 2017
Figure 3.5 China Everbright International Limited Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.6 Covanta Energy Corporation Revenue % Share, by Operating Segment, 2017
Figure 3.7 Covanta Energy Corporation Revenue % Share, by Waste & Services Revenue Breakup, 2017
Figure 3.8 Covanta Energy Corporation Waste-to-Energy Facilities
Figure 3.9 Covanta Energy Corporation Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.10 EDF Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2014-2017
Figure 3.11 EDF Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.12 Location of EDF WtE Operations
Figure 3.13 Suez Environnement (SITA) Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.14 Suez Environnement (SITA) Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.15 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2016
Figure 3.16 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, FY-2016
Figure 3.17 Hitachi Zosen Inova AG Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, FY-2016
Figure 3.18 Ramboll Group A/S Total Company Revenue,($bn, AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.19 Ramboll Group A/S Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, 2017
Figure 3.20 Ramboll Group A/S Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.21 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd. Company Revenue 2013-2017 ($mn, AGR (%))
Figure 3.22 Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd., WtE Operation Location
Figure 3.23 Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., Location of WtE Operations
Figure 3.24 EQT, by Geographic Presence, 2017
Figure 3.25 Location of EQT’s WtE Operations
Figure 3.26 Keppel Corporation Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.27 Keppel Corporation Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, 2017
Figure 3.28 Keppel Corporation Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.29 Location of Attero WtE Operations
Figure 3.30 Clean Association of Tokyo 23, Location of WtE Tokyo Operations
Figure 3.31 Pennon Group Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, 2017
Figure 3.32 Pennon Group Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.33 China Metallurgical Group (MCC), Total Company Revenue 2012-2017 ($mn, AGR %)
Figure 3.34 China Metallurgical Group (MCC), WtE Operation Location
Figure 3.35 Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection, WtE Operation Location
Figure 3.36 Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. Total Company Revenue, ($bn & AGR %), 2013-2017
Figure 3.37 Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. Revenue % Share, by Business Segment, 2017
Figure 3.38 Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. Revenue % Share, by Geographical Segment, 2017
Figure 3.39 Location of AVR WtE Operations
Figure 3.40 GCL-Poly, by Sales, 2017
Figure 3.41 Location of GCL-Poly’s WtE Operations
Figure 5.1 Top 20 Waste-to-Energy Companies, Waste Processing Capacity (mtpa), 2017
AECOM
Amager Resource Centre (ARC)
Attero
AVR
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S
Black & Veatch
C&G Environmental Protection
China Everbright
China Metallurgical Group
Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC)
Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta
Chonqing Sanfeng Environmental Industry Group Co. Ltd.
CORY
Covanta
Cyclerval
DynaGrates
E.ON
EDF
China ENFI
EQT AB
Essel group
GCL Poly
Golden Concord Group Limited (GCL)
Grandblue Environment Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection
Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V.
Kraftenlagen München
Kurion
Nanhai Development Co. Ltd.
Nuon energy
Ramboll Group
Réseau GDS
Runcorn
Schnitzer Steel
Shell
Sichuan Xichang Sanfeng Environmental Energy
SITA Zielona Energia
SSE
Suez Environnement
Syctom
ThyssenKrupp
TIRU
Veolia
Viridor
Von Roll Inova
Wheelabrator
Wijster

Organisations mentioned
Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI)
Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants (CEWEP)
EIA
Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre (GRREC)
Resource Recovery Centre (RRC)
Solid Waste Authority (SWA)

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